Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Review: Rapid Dawn by TK Steiner

Title: Rapid Dawn
Author: TK Steiner
Series: Stand Alone With Option For A Sequel
Published By: Indie Book (Oct. 29, 2011)
Genre: YA Paranormal/Fantasy
My Rating: 3.5-4 Stars

Goodreads Description:
 A young heiress has her idyllic life turned upside down when her father’s kingdom is overthrown by a sudden revolution. Only after a narrow escape does she realize that she, and her telepathic abilities, will play a critical part in an audacious plan to save her people. To succeed she’ll have to enlist the help of two young men from the past. John is a mason’s son living in the eighteenth century, while Clay is a young man from the twenty first century.

Together, the unlikely trio races to reverse the sands of time and save a peaceful civilization from extinction. Along the way, they face a sinister foe whose mysterious abilities and dark vision for the future threaten all of humanity. 

My Review:
I wasn't sure what to expect from this book really, three different people from three different times coming together to save a kingdom.
I wasn't sure how it would all play out but you know what? It worked.
The three different character point of views worked well together and the story line was interesting and moved at a quick pace.
It was neat getting to see into the lives of three very different people from very different eras and seeing them come together with a common goal to defeat Nigel and his followers from doing harm to Tess and really the future of the whole world.

I think Steiner created a very unique world that a lot of fantasy lovers and even sci fi lovers will really enjoy and like and can relate to. There is both modern technology involved and some creative futuristic things as well that make this a really quick and fun read.

I look forward to seeing what Steiner will come up with if there is to be a sequel to the book.

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